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    Greek masks

    I love to decorate with masks. Fewer than shown here, mind you, but masks make a lovely addition.

    Attic pottery features red and black figures and was a fixture in ancient Greece from the sixth to fourth centuries B.C. The precision required to produce the impressive detail seen in such pieces is very high, and our understanding of the methods and techniques used by various artists -- and how those evolved over time -- is incomplete. #attic_pottery #ceramics #ancient_ceramics

    Berlin Mask with Hand Marble, 100-150 AD The marble mask with wide open mouth, holes for the eyes and exaggerated features is the copy of a real theatre mask. The hand and the garments folds on the side show that the mask was held by an actor, a poet or a muse.

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    Musei Capitolini theatre mask

    Greek Warrior Mask

    Polina Semionova in Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude - abstract tutu - lovely form

    Tshimwana mask Biombo people, Congo 13 inches, stained wood A helmet mask that fits over the head, it depicts a female character that appears along with others at initiation ceremonies, circumcision rights, and funerals.


    Eurydice - hanging bulbs and reflective flooring

    Plastiquem: CERÀMICA GREGA - 1 - good example for Apulian vases/ can add Greek theater/myth element

    Ancient Greece ornament, octant, meander, decor from the ancient Greek ceramic pottery vase painting,

    GREEK CHORUS Costumes

    The Swabian-Alemannic carnival is a custom in south west Germany when the cold and grim spirits of winter are symbolically hunted down and e...

    The Apollo Ivory mask is one of the most rare and important looted antiquities ever. Many believe it was carved by Phidias, considered to be one of the best classical sculptors of Greece. His remarkable work can be found on the Parthenon.

    Minoan art: Ancient Greece

    Lighting Design: Jesper Kongshaug for 'Operation Orfeo',1993. (Experimental Theatre Company 'Hotel Pro Forma')

    Mask Inscribed by Myochin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) Date: dated 1713 Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron

    Masks for The Oresteia, 1981. These masks were designed by Jocelyn Herbert for the Greek play The Oresteia by Aeschylus.